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Winter vegetable gardening

I live in Zone 7b or Western Gardener's Zone 4 and have had some winter cole crops and greens most years I've had a vegetable garden.

My winter main stays have always been kale and some brussel sprouts. Some years overwintering cauliflower. :D

Here is what's going on in my garden now for winter and present.

I am looking for new ideas, and seed sources. Anyone else out there interested in or trying/doing fall plantings for winter harvesting? Do you have great sources for your favorite vegies? I'd love to hear what other gardeners are doing/trying, challenges and successes with winter gardening. :)

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I wanted to do a fall garden this year, I to also need to come up with a list of good cold crops. these are so posiblitys.

;Asparagus, beets, broad beans, broccoli, brussle sprouts, carrots, cauliflower, cabbage, celery, chard, chicory, chives, kale, leek, oinion, peas, radishes, spinach and turnips. :lol: of the top of my head.

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